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Colorado wants midterm review of oil shale research, development

By Dennis Hill

The state of Colorado has told the federal government it should conduct a “midterm review” of oil shale research, development and demonstration leases before it considers issuing more of them. The state based its comments on a ...

Montrose woman accused of hitting husband with car

By {screen_name}

A Montrose woman was advised in court Thursday that she could face felony and misdemeanor charges for allegedly running down her husband with her car outside a Montrose hotel. Sharon Gibson, 32, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of ...

Fewer high school students drop out in Grand Valley

By Emily Shockley

Fewer students dropped out of alternative and district high schools in the Grand Valley two school years ago, according to data released Thursday by the Colorado Department of Education. An increase in middle school dropouts, however, caused ...

Blotter: May 29, 2009

By Staff

Marine posts $75,000 bond • Marine Corps Sgt. Jonathan Douglas Roy, 23, of Lochbuie, who is accused of having a sexual relationship with an underage girl, posted bond Thursday, three hours after a Mesa County Court judge set it at ...

Whitewater festival planned in Glenwood

By Dave Buchanan

Maybe it’s not as big or famous as the Henley Regatta on the River Thames, but the Yagatta Regatta in Glenwood Springs does have a costume contest. The seventh annual Yagatta Regatta, set for May 30–31, is a two-day whitewater ...

DUI suspect tried to run, affidavit says

By Paul Shockley

A suspected drunken driver in a traffic accident Wednesday tried to leave the scene in his damaged sport utility vehicle, which eventually broke down and stopped running, according to an arrest affidavit. Edward Wildrick, 45, then tried to ...

Court: Baby killed in wreck not a ‘person’

By Paul Shockley

A baby 8 1/2 months along in a mother’s womb isn’t a “person” under Colorado murder laws, according to the Colorado Court of Appeals. In a 26-page ruling released Thursday, a three-member panel of judges upheld a ...

Perhaps vinyl records thief came in through bathroom window?

By Paul Shockley

Nearly $35,000 in property, mostly vinyl records, was stolen during a home burglary in Delta last week. A 50-year-old man reported the missing items around 11:34 a.m. Friday, after he’d returned home from being out of town, Delta police ...

Briefs: Local News May 28, 2009

By Staff

Volunteers needed  Mesa County RSVP Inc. helps volunteers age 55 and older find positions in any of its more than 100 member agencies. Volunteer opportunities include: • Drivers and meal-site volunteers for Gray Gourmet • ...

Briefs: Sports Timeout May 28, 2009

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...

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